Blake Island State Park is a private recreational area and campground. To access the grounds, owners must purchase a Discover Pass. A Discover Pass can be obtained for $10 for a single use permit or $30 for an annual pass which allows access for a full calendar year. A $5 dealer fee is also applicable to all transactions.
There is no dedicated dog play space at Blake Island State Park; however, dogs are welcome to join their owners on the grounds. Washington law mandates that all dogs in public spaces must remain on a lead of no greater than six feet in length. There are no on-site amenities for dogs. Since it can become quite hot during a day at this park, owners are advised to bring bottled water with them.
Additionally, poop bags are needed to assist owners with cleaning up after their pet as is required by Washington state by-laws. Bathrooms are situated on the premises for public use. Blake Island State Park offers many recreational opportunities for families to enjoy. Among the great outdoor activities are bird watching, fishing, clam digging, crabbing, and scuba diving.
For those looking to enjoy "drier" things, there are many hiking trails to explore as well as five miles of saltwater beach to enjoy. All dogs visiting Blake Island State Park are required to be current on all vaccinations. As with most states, Washington also mandates that all dogs be licensed with their respective city. For a great day at an island paradise, bring Fido and the family to visit Blake Island State Park!